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I found it. Just NO monies to play

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Bruce(OR)

07-27-2012 07:15:57
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Crusty, moss covered in spots, nasty looking TO-35
Split trans gave it away with a Howard offset tiller behind it.
Sticker on it said engine and clutch problems. I looked no further. Fresh(?) oil oozing from the PTO housing and it came with a $1595 price tag. For 1/2 of that might be too much. I might go back just to take some pics. That would be machine #8 and I still have 3 or 4 to get fixed up and the current one (8N) to finish. The "35 will not be coming home with me.

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Tony in Mass.

07-27-2012 20:28:25
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 Re: I found it. Just NO monies to play in reply to Bruce(OR), 07-27-2012 07:15:57  
A guy near me just sold (lost?) the place, and he wants to get the equipment out soon. A Ford 600 something.... that has tire and tranny troubles...selectowhatever... I don't want it, so to be helpful I told all the old pisans that are into fords about it... when I mention selectotranny troubles... they all walk away. I suppose it will go to scrap- engine running like a top... but.... I saw a too nice '56 TO35 the other day.... is it OK to post stranger's stuff on the web? I guesso eh? You would drool... 2 will too.....

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Bruce(OR)

07-27-2012 21:45:11
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 Re: I found it. Just NO monies to play in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-27-2012 20:28:25  
Select-O-Speed trans had problems the first year. Ford warrantied all of them. The reputation never diminished. The Select-O-Speed is basically an automatic transmission and requires more than the average intelligence to repair it I would suppose. I was told by the Po that the SOS I have has no problems. He took the engine apart for "low power" with about 40 hours from a New Holland rebuild. (???)
The engine is in unmarked disassembled parts and the block with tin is bolted to the front axle now allowing movement. I have not touched it since it came home with all my other problems this year. I did pick up a 55 gal drum to remove and pickle the engine hopefully sometime this year. Seeing that ugly '35 gave me a slight delusional fantasy.

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07-27-2012 18:57:55
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 Re: I found it. Just NO monies to play in reply to Bruce(OR), 07-27-2012 07:15:57  
Ford parts are expensive too, just spent over 400 on a steering pump for the hoe. The standard gets a rattle can and no sand blast, getting sick of my toys.The 50 needs a front seal, the finish mower new wheels and blades,scraper, auger, and flail need parts, then theres the truck and cars,if i could buy everything at once the economy would instantly pick up.



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Tony in Mass.

07-27-2012 14:02:49
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 Re: I found it. Just NO monies to play in reply to Bruce(OR), 07-27-2012 07:15:57  
Well then, the tractor is in your range, cause that tiller would be 8 or 900 around here, and farm stuff is cheap in New England compare to almost everywhere else. The 35 would be a generation...no... a time wrap over what you are working with now. You might suprise yourself. Ask 2.



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Bruce(OR)

07-27-2012 14:41:33
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 Re: I found it. Just NO monies to play in reply to Tony in Mass., 07-27-2012 14:02:49  
You mean that "35 that I was longing for might outdo my recently ($300) aquired basket case Ford 881D. That machine giving me the select-o-speed transmission and the 45 hp diesel. That 881D kinda eliminated the dream of a "35. Other than to flip it. That dream, actually fantasy, still rattles around the back of my brain. Too many toys, not enough time. . .



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